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Bird Baths

Bird baths are a great addition to any garden. From solar powered bird bath fountains to simple rustic stone bird baths - they make a fascinating talking point and of course help our feathered friends at all times of year.

If you're interested in bringing birds to your garden, don't forget to check out our great range of wildlife care as well as our blog for tips on how to look after birds in your garden, birdwatching and how best to care for your bird bath.

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A Complete Guide to Bird Baths with Mark Lane

Gardening expert presenter Mark Lane shares his tips for keeping feathered friends happy in the garden with a bird bath. Bird baths provide birds with a water source to bathe and drink from, but there's a lot more to them than that! Watch the video for Mark's complete guide, including where best to put your bath, maintenance tips during the seasons, and why they're important for the birds.


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Bowl

At Primrose, we have a stylish bird bath that's just right for you. Shop our complete collection of bowl shaped bird baths. 

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Square & Rectangle

Our square and rectangular bird baths are available in a range of sizes and materials, including stone and polyresin.

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Bird Bath FAQs

  • Benefits of bird baths in your garden

    Not only can having a bird bath in your garden make a great focal point and decorative feature, it’s also helping birds. All birds need access to clean water for drinking, bathing and preening. And it’s not just birds either; other wildlife such as squirrels and butterflies may use your bird bath.

  • What is the best type of bird bath?

    As you can see from our extensive range, there are many different types of garden bird baths. The best types of bird bath are elevated to protect against predators, shallow to prevent drowning and with a rough surface to prevent the birds from slipping.

    At Primrose, you’ll find a selection of timeless stone bird baths, as well as modern metal and glazed options. Our solar powered bird baths, complete with mini fountains, add an extra touch of opulence.

    To help you in your search for your ideal bird bath see our guide on the best bird baths.

  • How to make your bird bath attractive to birds

    So you’ve browsed our bird baths for sale and found the one that’s right for you. Here’s how to make sure it’s as inviting as possible for birds in your garden:

    • Position the bird bath so you can easily view it while making sure it is in a secure place. It should be inaccessible to predators and away from walls and fences which make it easier for cats and other bird-hunters to approach it.

    • Replace the water regularly. Not only will this ensure the water doesn't run out, but it also reduces the risk of contamination and disease and prevents the build up of algae.

    • Don't let the water freeze in winter. You can use a treatment of Frost-Free to keep the water fluid (it's completely safe for birds).

    • Consider also providing shelter and a supply of food. In addition to your bird bath, this will help attract birds and further support them during the harsh winter months. Our collection of wild bird care has all of the essentials to get you started.


    If you're interested in bringing birds to your garden, don't forget to check out our Primrose blog for tips on how to look after birds in your garden, birdwatching and how best to care for your bird bath.

    You can also discover our complete range of water features online to add some beautiful decor to your garden.

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